von

[von; German fawn, unstressed fuhn]
preposition
from; of (used in German and Austrian personal names, originally to indicate place of origin and later to indicate nobility): Paul von Hindenburg.
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Ludwig von mises advocated libertarianism using utilitarian arguments.
His daughter with ingrid von rosen was born twelve years before their marriage.
The area was named in honour of the german chancellor otto von bismarck.
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